The newly crowned Duke and Duchess have announced their newest tour and royal fans are in total hysteria after learning the surprising destinations!
It’s been a whirlwind of a month for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle who married on May 19th at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor! The newlyweds are quickly getting back to business since returning from their private honeymoon and with each passing day, their future only gets more scheduled.
Then next several weeks are jam-packed for the Duke and Duchess and with one royal duty after another, fans can’t help but wonder if the American is starting to get burnt out on traveling from appearance to appearance.
Just days after returning from their honeymoon, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s first tour was set up. The couple is preparing to travel to Australia, Fiji, and New Zealand during the couple’s first Fall together. During the royal tour, the couple will be also be attending the Invictus Games and seeing other country officials.
But coming up even more suddenly that the Autumn trip is the latest trip announced for the couple! And we’re exceptionally excited about it because it’s taking Meghan back to her roots!
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be traveling to none other than Dublin! Meghan’s father, Thomas Markle, is Irish and Meghan is proud to have family in Ireland!
The Duchess actually attended Dublin back in 2013 to accept an award the Bram Stoker Entertainment Award from Trinity College for her work on Suits! During her trip, she stopped by a local pub where she participated in a pint-pouring contest! She even returned to Dublin again in 2014 for a One Young World Conference.
The royal tour for the Duke and Duchess will be heading to Dublin on July 10 and July 11 where they will make a stop back at Guinness Storehouse where Meghan will likely battle against her new hubby in another pint-pouring contest!
While there’s no source confirming whether or not Meghan will meet up with any family while in Dublin, we’re sure the newlyweds will making themselves right at home in the Irish capital. If you’re in the Dublin area, try to stop by and see them!